The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood Discussion Questions

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Define "irony" as it might be used in the story, and give two examples of its use.

In your own words, describe the countryside around Sherwood Forest. Is it a happy or sad place?

How does the author use his illustrations throughout the story?

Discuss the meaning of "outlaw" and "thief" as they pertain to Robin Hood and his band of merry men.

Review the main reason(s) that Robin Hood becomes an outlaw.

Explore the most important message you think the author has in telling this story.

In his adventures, Robin and his men often rise up against authority. What characters in the story represent "authority?"

Which is more important to Robin Hood in his defeat of his foes, his physical strength or his mental shrewdness?

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